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REBROADCAST: The Effect of Confinement Due to COVID-19 on Seismic Noise in Mexico
KMI Information Series Webinar + Q&A!!!

In this rebroadcast, special guest speaker Dr. Xyoli Pérez-Campos discusses effects on seismic noise related to COVID-19 lockdowns in Mexico.

Mexican seismic stations witnessed a reduction in noise level as a result of the lockdown strategies to contain COVID-19. The largest drop was observed in Hermosillo, also the city with the fastest noise level recovery, and a quick increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases. Since June 1, 2020, a traffic-light system modulates the re-opening of economic activities for each state, which is reflected in noise levels. Noise reduction has allowed the identification and perception of smaller earthquakes.

This informative webinar + Q&A is a must-see for anyone interested in how other factors can impact seismic observation.

We look forward to seeing you there!

May 26, 2021 06:00 AM in Greenwich Mean Time

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Speakers

Dr. Xyoli Pérez-Campos
@Instituto de Geofísica, UNAM
Xyoli Pérez-Campos has a doctorate from Stanford University and has been a visiting researcher at the California Institute of Technology. She has received student and professional awards, the most recent from the Stanford School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences, for her professional career as an alumnus of that university. He has had extensive and active participation on boards of directors of professional societies, both Mexican and international. She is currently a professor at the Institute of Geophysics and a lecturer at the School of Engineering and the Graduate School in Earth Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. For the last seven years, she was the head of the National Seismological Service of Mexico, dealing with the rapid response to significant earthquakes, informing authorities and the public, participating in town halls at the Mexican congress, and enthusiastically participating in a variety of outreach activities in Mexico.